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Lidl joins the SSE Corporate Partnership Program

18 April 2024
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) is excited to welcome Lidl to its Corporate Partnership Program. This partnership bridges academia and industry, offering students and faculty valuable insights into retail management.

Executive MBA-utbildningen stärkte Ninas karriär som hållbarhetsstrateg

17 April 2024
Efter sexton år på H&M Group, varav flera år som hållbarhetsstrateg med fokus på cirkulärekonomi, transparens och hållbara affärsmodeller, kände sig Nina Shariati redo för att utvecklas professionellt genom att gå en Executive MBA-utbildning på Handelshögskolan i Stockholm. För Ninas del var SSE MBA Carl Silfvén-stipendiet en viktig möjliggörare för att hon skulle kunna gå utbildningen som både bidragit med ny kompetens, inspiration, kontakter och extra mod.

Workers benefit from automation and AI – if they can influence the process

17 April 2024
How can both workers and firms benefit from automation and AI? The Swedish industry offers important lessons, according to a doctoral thesis from the Stockholm School of Economics.

Paolo Sodini awarded new professorship in finance

16 April 2024
The Stockholm School of Economics is establishing a new professorship in Finance, the 25th Anniversary Professor of Finance, to be held by Professor Paolo Sodini. The new chair is made possible by a donation from Anne Weidemanis Mägi and Joakim Weidemanis.

Strengthening Sweden’s total defense through new research collaboration

15 April 2024
Society’s crisis preparedness rests with public and private entities alike. However, the duties and obligations of private companies are not clearly defined, and preparedness is limited. The Swedish Defence University (SEDU), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) are now launching a joint research collaboration to clarify and develop the central role of the business community in Sweden’s total defense, improve collaboration between public authorities and the business community, and strengthen societal crisis preparedness.

SSE Professor Alexander Ljungqvist receives grant from the ERC

11 April 2024
Professor Alexander Ljungqvist has been awarded the prestigious Advanced Grant by the European Research Council (ERC) as part of its flagship Horizon Europe program. He is the first researcher at SSE to receive the grant.

The majority of young professionals feel confident about AI, new research finds

10 April 2024
57% of young professionals feel comfortable or very confident about the increasing integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in various aspects of daily life, while only 15% reported feeling unsettled or scared about the prospect. This according to new research from CEMS, the Global Alliance in Management Education of which the Stockholm School of Economics is a member and currently holds the presidency.

Magnus Tyreman appointed new Chair of Stockholm School of Economics

08 April 2024
Magnus Tyreman is the new Chair of the Board of the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) from January 1, 2024. Tyreman succeeds Laurent Leksell, who ended his meritorious six-year term as the Chair of the Board of SSE at year-end.

SSE researchers receive SEK 54 million in funding from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation

27 March 2024
The Wallenberg Scholars program aims to provide leading researchers in Sweden with grants for free basic research in areas of their own choosing. Three SSE professors are recipients of funding from the KAW Foundation.

New portal makes SSE research more accessible to the public

18 March 2024
The Stockholm School of Economics is making it easier to find both research from and researchers at the school. The launch of the SSE Research Hub provides a platform where decision makers, the media and the general public can easily find the latest research on topics relevant to our society.